All Ramblers are invited to share personal, prayerful time with God by participating in the ancient practice of Eucharistic Adoration. We will offer this opportunity every first Friday of the month during the school year, from 7:40 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the chapel will be reserved for exposition of the Eucharist and for anyone desiring silent prayer.
You can stop in the Chapel for as little or as much time as you like. All you need to bring is your desire to be with God. You can also bring a journal, book or other reflection materials if you wish. Other prayer resources will also be available for your use. For more information, please click here.
Is your son or daughter considering playing a sport in college? Attend this informational meeting to learn more about what it takes to succeed on and off the playing field. Guest speakers include Kimberly Smith, associate athletics director for NCAA compliance at DePaul University, and Caroline Zadina, Loyola alumna Class of 2012 and author of D1 Dream: Recruiting Insights from 60 D1 Athletes. Parents and their children are invited to attend this session together.
Nothin' But Treble and Acafellas, Loyola's cocurricular A Cappella groups, will be competing at the ICHSA Midwest Quarterfinal on Saturday, February 16, in Vernon Hills.
Each group has been putting together a three-song set with choreography. Come support us at our preview concert on Thursday, February 7, at 7:00 p.m. in the Loyola Theater. The concert should be approximately 30 minutes and admission to the preview concert is free.
Students, parents, alumni, faculty and friends are cordially invited to join the Loyola community for this special Sunday evening Mass celebrated by Loyola Academy President Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ. (Please note change in Mass start time.)
People of Hope in Challenging Times: An Ignatian Path These are challenging times. The pace of life is frantic and the amount of information rushing at us can sometimes feel overwhelming. The daily news is full of stories of division and struggle. And yet, our calling is to live as people of hope. In this one hour gathering, Fr. McGrath will explore how the hopeful vision of St. Ignatius Loyola to experience God in all things can help us in our daily life. We will explore the practical daily Ignatian habits that help us to live happier, holier and more hopeful lives.